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QIPP: An overview

QIPP: An overview

Elizabeth Foley
10 November 2010

BAOT Lifelong Learning Event

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  • We have become used to growth and to the NHS doing well in comprehensive spending reviews: in the period between 1997 and 2009 NHS Spend grew by 5.7% in real terms each year. This translates to around £60bn extra resources per year. Even now until 2011 we will continue to have NHS funding fixed at relatively high levels However two unavoidable forces are now coming together to give us unprecedented challenges.  Firstly, public expectations of the safety and quality of care are rocketing.  And secondly, the economic recession is leaving the Government in such heavy debt that public spending will have to be radically reined back for years to come.
  • We have become used to growth and to the NHS doing well in comprehensive spending reviews: in the period between 1997 and 2009 NHS Spend grew by 5.7% in real terms each year. This translates to around £60bn extra resources per year. Even now until 2011 we will continue to have NHS funding fixed at relatively high levels However two unavoidable forces are now coming together to give us unprecedented challenges.  Firstly, public expectations of the safety and quality of care are rocketing.  And secondly, the economic recession is leaving the Government in such heavy debt that public spending will have to be radically reined back for years to come.
  • We have become used to growth and to the NHS doing well in comprehensive spending reviews: in the period between 1997 and 2009 NHS Spend grew by 5.7% in real terms each year. This translates to around £60bn extra resources per year. Even now until 2011 we will continue to have NHS funding fixed at relatively high levels However two unavoidable forces are now coming together to give us unprecedented challenges.  Firstly, public expectations of the safety and quality of care are rocketing.  And secondly, the economic recession is leaving the Government in such heavy debt that public spending will have to be radically reined back for years to come.

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